Kenji Tsunekawa

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RIO is the primary active queue management technology for handling AF(assured forwarding) class traffic for services that have minimum bandwidth guarantees. However, RIO unfairly allocates the excess AF bandwidth among LSPs(label-switched paths) which have TCP flows aggregated as AF class in a DiffServ-Capable MPLS Network. This issue obstructs the business(More)
To resolve the issue of excess AF bandwidth unfairly allocated by RIO (RED with IN/OUT) among LSPs with AF-class TCP traffic in a Diffserv-capable MPLS network, we previously proposed a technique, called weighted fair RIO (WF-RIO) (K. Tsunekawa, 2004), to allocate excess AF bandwidth among LSPs in proportion to the minimum guaranteed AF bandwidth. In the(More)
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